Given the level of press and public interest, we can imagine that all Meghan and Harry fancy doing is hunkering down in their place inside Kensington Palace and ordering in. So we took at look at Deliveroo and Ubereats and worked out some key order-in dishes based on what the self-confessed foodie enjoys eating.
Meghan says: "When I’m filming, I’m conscious of what I eat. I try to eat vegan during the week and then have a little bit more flexibility with what I dig into on the weekends.
Our recommendation: No contest here - there's plenty of delicious vegan options on offer courtesy of Ottolenghi. Top of the list - Spicy Cauliflower with Coriander Yoghurt, Crispy Lentils and Pickled Red Onion from Yottam's Notting Hill branch at £4.50
Meghan says:"I'm a California girl, and being from Los Angeles, I was conditioned to like Baja-style food from the womb."
Our recommendation: Taqueria - Food blogger Andy Hayler once called this "currently the best Mexican food in London". Of course since then we've had the joy of Breddos, Ella Canta and Del74 opening up. But this is the handiest taco joint to Kensington Palace. The fish tacos are £8.80 and feature cod deep fried in cider batter with chipotle mayo, avocado cream and cabbage.
What Meghan says: "It's its own food group, for me."
Our recommendation: Given Meghan's addiction to chips the best option here would be something from Honest Burgers. She could, of course, order a portion of their famous rosemary salted chips on their own but why not team them with a Tribute burger? £10.95 gets you a beef patty with American cheese, burger sauce, French mustard, pickles onion and lettuce.
Meghan says: "Green juice is a food-as-medicine philosophy for me"
Our recommendation: Lean green from Crussh features spinach, kale, kiwi, pear, pineapple and organic apple for £5.50 - can't get any greener than that.
Meghan says:"When I'm traveling, I won't miss an opportunity to try great pasta. I come back from vacation every year with a food baby."
Our recommendation: If Meghan likes pasta as much as she says she does, presumably she'll find a way to bypass the queues at Padella or newbie Pastaio. In the meantime, she could always order some Linguine Alle Vongole Veraci (£15) from Mediterraneo on Kensington Park Road.
Meghan says:Having spent so many years filming Suits in Toronto, Meghan apparently LOVES poutine. "It's got to squeak when you bite into it," she says. "Really. The cheese curds should make a squeaking noise when you bite into them or squeeze them. That's how you know you've got the right kind.”
Our recommendation: OK, so there's nothing on Deliveroo for this (gap in the market - anyone?), so we'd advise her to check when The Poitinerie street food is in her neck of the woods (they're often down at Victoria) or she could always check out the monthly Canadian pop-up Little Social...Eh! which takes place on the first Monday of every month at Little Social.